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CHEM Study, College of Chemistry, U.C. BerkeleyVibration of Molecules (1959)

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All animation. The film shows the relationship between the structure of a molecule and its vibrational motions. Water, carbon dioxide, and methane are discussed in detail. The forms of the vibrations have been accurately calculated from spectral data. All vibrations have been slowed down by a factor of 10^14. The effect of molecular collision, or absorption of light, on molecular vibrations is illustrated. Determination of the number of possible vibrations and the analysis of complex vibrations in terms of simple harmonic motions are explained.

Collaborators: Professor Linus Pauling, and Professor Richard M. Badger, California

Institute of Technology, Pasadena. Produced in cooperation with the American Chemical Society.


This movie is part of the collection: CHEM Study Films

Producer: CHEM Study, College of Chemistry, U.C. Berkeley
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